It’s hard to sometimes not feel resentful that he gets to switch off from the craziness round here and pursue his career, or that he can eat his lunch in peace without being watched, whinged at, grabbed at or having to share it (if I eat at all).
I’m sorry I never knew what you meant when you said you were exhausted. Mentally and physically drained of everything. I’m sorry I didn’t know what it meant to have sore nipples and red achy eyes that so badly just wanted to close. I’m sorry there were days you felt overwhelmed, isolated and alone.
By Lou Marx.
“I don’t feel down everyday, so I shouldn’t seek help”.
“She’s got it so much worse than me and she “manages”, so I won’t reach out for support”.
“I should just harden up, I wanted kids”.
“My parents managed, so I should just get on with it and stop complaining”.
By Sarah Noble. Mindset and Mindfulness Speaker.
Instead it came in little bursts, in between the hardest moments when you’ve never felt more alone, more depleted and more unloved, it came when you needed it the most.
It came when there were frustrated tears falling down your cheeks at 3am and the little feeding noises broke the silence.
By Aneta Lemon.
It’s all too easy to get caught up in the journey of Motherhood. When you are a sleep deprived, emotional, stress ball, your thoughts and mindsets are often not very positive and optimistic. Here’s 10 tried and true (by yours truly), steps to inject some much needed Mindful moments in your busy day.
By Sarah Noble.
Vulnerability. I read a great quote by Rihanna the other day ‘It’s tougher to be vulnerable than to actually be tough’ I agree with this entirely. It’s easy to be tough, because tough is a front until you have the time and space to deal with it, if ever.
Vulnerability is finally being talked about in motherhood.
By Gemma Douglas